US Supreme Court Blocks President Biden's OSHA Vaccine-Or-Test RequirementThe U.S. Supreme Court blocked Biden's vaccine-or-test mandate for large businesses, but allowed vaccine requirements for federal healthcare centers to stand.
Dept. Of Labor Alleges Peterbilt Worker In Denton Fired In Retaliation For COVID-19 Safety ConcernsThe Department of Labor is alleging that a worker at Peterbilt Motor Co. in Denton was fired after voicing concerns about exposure to COVID-19.
'This Could Be Disastrous' - Texas Businesses Push Back Against New Federal Vaccine RequirementsTexas business organizations pushed back quickly Thursday against details of a new federal vaccine and testing requirement for large businesses.
Workers Across North Texas Concerned Some Employers Not Doing Enough To Prevent Spread Of CoronavirusA local law professor says employees should address concerns with their bosses. If that doesn't work, file a complaint with OSHA.
Former Residents Of Dallas Apartments Hit By Crane Rally For AnswersResidents held a small rally near the site of last month's deadly crane collapse in Dallas to get answers and updates on collecting their belongings.
OSHA Says Crane Involved In Deadly Collapse That Destroyed Dallas Apartment Building Can Be RemovedOHSA announced Thursday it is finished with the first stage of its investigation into the crane collapse that killed an Elan City Lights tenant.
Month After Deadly Crane Collapse, Former Tenants Still Can't Get Their Things, Including VehiclesA month later, some former tenants still have no answers, no home and no car.
Community, Businesses Step Up To Help Former Residents Of Dallas Apartment Destroyed In Crane CollapseThursday night, several local businesses came together to treat the residents to dinner, drinks, massages, manicures and makeup.
Bigge Crane Company Releases New Statement; Blames 'Extreme Local Wind' For AccidentA communications firm representing Bigge Crane and Rigging Co., the owner of a crane that fell onto a Dallas apartment, killing a woman, today released a new statement on their behalf.
Assessment Underway To Determine How To Remove Crane From Dallas' Severely-Damaged Elan City Lights ApartmentsOSHA brought in inspectors Tuesday to assess the best way to remove the crane that collapsed onto the Elan City Lights Apartments on Sunday, killing one tenant.
OSHA Has Cited Bigge Crane Company 17 Times In Last Decade For Safety ViolationsOSHA is heading up what's referred to as the forensic investigation regarding the crane accident that killed a woman at Dallas' Elan City Lights Apartments on Sunday.
I-Team: Sunday's Crane Accident Death 9th In North Texas Since 2012, First That Wasn't WorkerThe CBS 11 I-Team learned this was the ninth death related to a crane accident in North Texas since 2012. Out of those nine deaths, Sunday's was the first of someone who wasn't working in a construction site at the time.
Woman Dies In Recycling Plant AccidentA woman has died after a one-ton bale of recycled materials fell on her in a waste-processing facility in East Fort Worth.
Dallas Contractor Cited By Labor Department After Worker Dies From Gas ExposureA Dallas utilities contractor faces more than $420,000 in fines and possibly further penalties following the death of a worker after exposure to dangerous levels of gas.
Rain Slows Investigation Into Deadly Construction CollapseOne person died when a townhouse under construction collapsed on Monday.